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Windows 7: How to install win7 on two separate hard disks?

03 Nov 2012   #11
kirakun2

Windows 7 Home Basic OEM
 
 

@HarltRon: yes of course XD it seems to be a critical part

@whs: Sure, but it'll take some time, till the hdisk drops by :P

@Gregrocker: I'l keep that in mind

Thnx everyone! Have a nice day!


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